thrifted sheet pajamas

It seems like everyone in blogland is making comfy pants out of vintage sheets. I don’t think mine are that old, but I still love them. They turned out a little big, but after my too-small skirts, I wanted to make sure they were wearable! I’ve adjusted the pattern a little for next time and can’t wait to make another pair. I’m also thinking of making a matching pair for my daughter with the leftovers.

refashion: Thrifted sheets are a great alternative to buying new fabric. You have a lot to work with and you don’t feel bad if you mess up! This sheet was one of my $2 deals and the pattern is Simplicity 3935 from a 99 cent sale.

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5 Responses to wardrobe refashion:
pajama pants from thrifted sheet

  1. mom says:

    So cute and comfy! would love to see a mom-daughter match!

  2. sarah m says:

    love the idea of matching with daughter…def. need a picture of that, too, please! :)

  3. Nancy says:

    Love it! I have a pair of pjs my grandmother made out of an old white sheet 30 years ago and I use them every summer. Still comfy and yummy!

  4. M* says:

    Well I’m not making pants but think it’s a great idea! It’s something I’m going to do very soon!

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